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insatiable

[insā′shē·əbəl]
Etymology: L, insatiatus, not satisfied
pertaining to an appetite for food or other needs that cannot be satisfied.

insatiable

(ĭn-sā′shă-b'l) [L. insatiabilis]
Incapable of being satisfied or appeased.
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